Units at New Jersey condo sell at auction, 13 Dunkin’ Donuts to become Tim Hortonses this weekend … and more

TRD New York /
Jul.July 10, 2009 08:06 AM

1. Units at Jersey City’s Beacon condo sell at auction [Post]
2. Government lawyers seek court order to shut down cheese factory [NYDN]
3. Thomas Lamont mansion at 107 East 70th Street is most impressive house on its block [NYT]
4. Thirteen Dunkin’ Donuts in city will become Tim Hortonses between Friday night and Monday morning [NYT]
5. Potential homebuyers looking for large apartments interested in 157th Street and Riverside Drive [NYDN]
6. Barbara Corcoran answers questions from a first-time homebuyer and concerned neighbor [NYDN]
7. Rainforest wood used in High Line construction, activists say [Villager]
8. Governors Island firehouse to remain closed [Downtown Express]
9. Fulton Stall Market at South Street Seaport cuts Friday hours [Downtown Express]
10. An interview with founder of Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn [Brooklyn Rail]
11. Borough President Scott Stringer taps Anna Hayes Levin for City Planning Commission [Villager]
12. Mayor Bloomberg says New Jersey has been helpful in World Trade Center stalemate [Downtown Express]
13. How Jonathan Miller became the city’s king of real estate reports [NYO]

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